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Ahmedabad was founded by Sultan Ahmad Shah in the year 1411 A.D. with blessings of his spiritual adviser Sheikh Ahmad Khattu Ganj Baksha of Sarkhej at the site of an old town of Ashawal and Karnavati. Ahmedabad grew in wealth and splendour for a hundred years and became the centre of skilled craftsmen and merchants. The ancient monuments in and around the city of Ahmedabad may be broadly grouped under two main periods, the first that of Ahmad Shah - 1 datable to the first half of the 15th Century AD, and the second, the period of Mahmud Begada, datable to the second half of 15th Century AD.
Pick up from hotel then local sightseeing of Ahmedabad CALICO MUSEUM: One of the best museum on textiles in the world with rare collection of textiles from the 17th century onwards. Old weaving machines, exquisite fabrics, brocades and embroidery are on display. (At the moment it allows only 20 PAX in morning and entry is strictly on prior confirmation by form which is attached herewith – guest have to fill up this form and send it to Authority. It remain close on Wednesdays & Public Holidays).
SHREYAS MUSEUM: In many ways, this museum is a tribute to the indefatigable spirit of the Gujarati women who have added remarkable value to the Gujarati heritage with their soulful crafts and unbound imagination. Displayed here the art forms range from varied communities such as the Kathi, Rabari, Ahir, Mer, Charan, Bharvad, Kanbi, Koli, Bhansali, Rajput, Brahmin, Vania, Meghaval, Khoja Bohra, Meman, Miana and several others. Also on exhibit are colorful works of embroidery, wood carving, metal work, bead work and utensils, leather work, costumes, paintings and animal decorations, objects of household usage. (It remains close on Sundays & Public Holidays) Timings: 0900 Hrs. to 1400 Hrs.
L D MUSEUM: Museum is the humble abode where it conserves, nurtures and protects history in its womb and makes it come alive for the present generation. The L.D. Museum envisions the same path. The perfect mingling of art and history can be observed here. During 1956, Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Institute of Indology was established with the joint efforts of Shri. Kasturbhai Lalbhai, a wellknown and prominent Ahmedabad based industrialist, and Jain Acharya Muni. Punyavijayji. Muni. Punyavijayji donated his personal collection of illustrated and un-illustrated manuscripts, bronzes and cloth paintings at time at the establishment of Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Indological Institute. With the passage of time the collection grew more and more prominent which created a need for an exclusive display of the artefacts. Thus, in 1984 a new building adjacent to the L.D. Institute of Indology was built by internationally acclaimed architect Shri. Balakrishna Doshi. The L.D. Museum was formally inaugurated by Shri. Brajkumar Nehru, the then Governor of Gujarat in 1985. (It remain close on Mondays & Public Holidays) Timings: 1030 Hrs. to 1800 Hrs.
Entrance: INR 200 (Per Person) A/C Medium Car: INR 3500 + GST A/C Innova: INR 4800 + GST 1. Calico Museum - Subject to Advance Permission, Remain closed on Wednesdays and Public Holidays) or Indigo Museum 2. Shreyas Museum – Folk and Art Museum, Remain closed on Sundays and Public Holidays - entrances applicable 3. L D Museum – Museum of Indian sculptures, bronzes, manuscripts, paintings, drawings, miniature paintings – Remain closed on Monday and Public Holidays
Lemon Tree Premier, HITEC City, Hyderabad, with 267 smart and stylish rooms, offers a wide range of Upper Midscale accommodation options at an unbeatable value. These bright and spacious rooms are designed to give you a great night’s sleep with an orthopedic mattress, excellent sound insulation and near-perfect black-out curtains.
They come with a range of world class facilities including Wi-Fi, satellite television, mini bars and well-appointed bathrooms including one for differently abled guests. The rooms also have a workstation and an ergonomically designed chair, to make business on the move productive.
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|Lemon Tree ( Premier)||4 Star||5800+||5800+|
Deccan Serai is a 3-star rating hotel which is a 5-storey property in Hyderabad comprising of a total of 100 centrally air-conditioned and spacious rooms. We also have three outlets which include a T-Grill Restaurant, Palato Italian and Continental restaurant, Desserts & Co. Situated 40 minutes from the International Airport are a hundred rooms of possibilities designed with elegant finishing to make your stay whether short or extended as comfortable as possible. There is not just one reason why travelers find their way to Deccan Serai.
The easy-to-access location of the hotel right in the technology hub of Madhapur 45 minutes’ drive from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport 15 minutes’ drive to the Venue Multi-cuisine fine dine, outdoor swimming pool, gym, Executive Room.
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|Deccan Serai||3 Star||4000+||4500+|
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|Kanha Boutique Hotel||Budget||999 Rs||1200 Rs||1500 Rs||1900 Rs|